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Farmer Units Guide
The Halfling/Hobbit is just a really big annoyance for the enemy team. It grabs on to units slowing them down and knocking them over. It costs 60 bucks and can take one arrow to the face.
The actual Farmer holds a pointy pitchfork that he lunges at units. It costs 80 bucks and can take one arrow to the face.
The haybaler is one of the best units cost wise for what it can be used for. Although he only has a stick, he is protected from ALL sides by a bale of hay. Archers can only hurt him if they hit him on the limbs or the head. He costs 140 bucks, and only if the archers can hit him he can take 1 arrow to the face.
The Potion Seller does not sell potions he throws them at your face. When a unit is hit they are confused and poisoned. The effected unit will swing his weapon in random directions and will sometimes walk off cliffs. The poison is subtle but will wreck weak units and slow down strong ones. The Potion seller costs 240 bucks and can take one arrow to the face.
The harvester carries around a massive scythe that he swings at his foes. It can clobber 1 to about 3 units per swing. It costs 490 bucks and can take 3 arrows to the face.
The wheelbarrow is similar to the chariot from the original game. A man pushing a wheelbarrow with two peasants, one with a pitchfork and the other that throws apples. Once the wheelbarrow is destroyed the peasants will continue to fight. Its good at breaking threw lines of enemies. It costs 1000 bucks. I can’t really say how many arrows it can take because it has three people on it.
The scarecrow is F*** horrifying and will haunt you in your sleep. It is similar to the chicken man from the original game. The scarecrow throws crows that hunt down other units and kill them. Very good if you can get him stuck in a place where he can not be reached because he doesn’t need a direct line of fire to send his crows.
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